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#RIPStanleyNwabia: Family and friends bid Ikenga farewell [PHOTOS]

The new media work and indeed youth across the political divide in a sober mood bid farewell to a fallen hero, brother in the struggle, new media Icon, father and husband, late Mr Stanley Nwabia in His Home town. The journey began at the early hours of Saturday 19th Oct. 2019 where his body left […]

Stanley Nwabia: When A Super-Hero Became Nigeria’s President

BT COLUMNIST: The Awkward Truth With Stanley Nwabia African and Nigerian folklore have for ages inspired generations with stories of the supernatural human – mere mortals that attained divinity and remained so till date. However, most times, these mythical tales, though inspirational were designed to cow its vulnerable audience into some form of submission. Lots […]

THE TYRANT AND HIS ZOMBIES – THE MOVIE

Nigeria’s political atmosphere today reminds me of those apocalyptic Hollywood movies where a strange virus afflicts an entire population turning most into Vampire-like Zombies while few survivors  immune to the virus (or not yet infected) battle hard to save mankind. A lot of things have gone wrong in Nigeria under President Buhari’s stewardship, sometimes it’s […]

BEFORE I FINALLY BECOME BIAFRAN – By Stanley Nwabia

I recently concluded a week long tour of four major Eastern Nigeria cities namely Onitsha, Enugu, Aba and Owerri. My trip was purely business related but at every juncture I took time out to reflect on the past, present and future of the Igbo nation. Whenever I passed by an old street near Trans-Ekulu, Enugu, […]

Stanley Nwabia: The Filth Called Nigerian Music

BT COLUMNIST: The Awkward Truth With Stanley Nwabia Let me start by recognizing the fact that Nigerian music is undoubtedly the biggest in Africa, not necessarily in terms of quality, album sales or structure but in volume and brand recognition. I remember feeling depressed almost fifteen years ago when I watched the maiden edition of […]